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Have a go   /hæv ə goʊ/   Listen
Have a go

verb
1.
Make an attempt at something.  Synonym: give it a try.



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"Have a go" Quotes from Famous Books



... liked learning as you do, for though I am in the Sixth at Westminster, I own that I look upon the classics as a nuisance. Well, now, look here; I have got an hour at present with nothing special to do, so if you like we will have a go at it together. What have you got here?" and he walked across to a shelf on which were a number of books. "Oh! here is a Caesar; suppose we take that; it's easy enough generally, but there are some stiffish bits now and then. Let's start off from the beginning, ...
— Captain Bayley's Heir: - A Tale of the Gold Fields of California • G. A. Henty

... always Puddin' and hot coffee for supper, and many's the good go-in I've had up there, a-sitting round the fire. I didn't mean to let on that I knew their address, on account of so many people wanting to have a go at the Puddin'. However, it's ...
— The Magic Pudding • Norman Lindsay

... pleased, strayed into the darkness and tumbled down. The incident stopped all work for a time, and created a lot of good-humoured chaff. The Irishman was especially droll, and endeavoured to carry it off by swearing he knew it was the goat, but he wanted some other fellow to have a go at it. "But no fear," said he; "every one of ...
— Looking Seaward Again • Walter Runciman



Words linked to "Have a go" :   assay, essay, give it a try, seek, attempt, have a go at it, try



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